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Tag Archives: online communities
Rather than monitor a brick and mortar organization, I decided to track Save Libraries, which is, according to its website, a “grassroots effort to compile information and advocacy resources for libraries that are facing devastating budget cuts.” The save libraries movement … Continue reading →
I am particularly fascinated by the communities of blogging parents that seem to have sprung up almost overnight. Though I’m not a parent, I sometimes end up reading the different “mommy” and “daddy” blogs and even subscribing to some. Eventually, … Continue reading →
ALA Tech Source tweeted my video today! Thanks, Ariel, for bringing it to my attention.
Stephen Abram posted my book report on his site!
One month, in 2007, the New York Times ran two stories about going online. The first article attempts to placate parent fears about the dangers of going online, but just a few weeks later, the same paper reports that more teens are … Continue reading →